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Plot: Starr Carter is constantly switching between two worlds: the poor, mostly black, neighborhood where she lives and the rich, mostly white, prep school she attends. The uneasy balance between these worlds is shattered when Starr witnesses the fatal shooting of her childhood best friend Khalil at the… Runtime: 133 min Release Date: 19 Oct 2018
Just got back from the theater, and yes this film is worth your time... (by nicholasHasaDog)
Beautiful, thought-provoking, well-crafted gem-thank you to everyone involved in making this wonderful film. Although this film is a "message movie," it's not one told through narrow-minded tunnel vision; I think the author Angie Thomas of the book, that this film is based on, understands the frustrating fact that some of the worst issues that need fixing have no quick and easy solutions, and are complex and take time for the human mind to understand especially to the minds of those who aren't being affected / victimized, who inevitably take longer to understand . <more>
Fortunately this movie provides a narrative that can help one consider the issue of racial bias.In addition to being a wonderful social commentary, it's also a wonderful film and story in general. Honestly I loved the music, all the scenes, the complexity of the situation the main characters find them in, I loved the ending, and I loved the characters.When I saw the 5.9 on imdb but higher critic score, I thought this movie simply got good reviews from the critics because the critics liked that it brought up a real-life issue that needed to be delved into and explored, but that it was boring to the audience who might not care about social issues as much, but now after watching it... I wonder if the people who rated it low even watched the film, or they simply thought it was some sort of ignorant propaganda biased on the trailers. I promise you it's not that; it's a complex, thought-provoking fictional world that mirrors issues of the real world in the best way possible.I'm not black btw, and that's all the more reason why I should be a member in the audience; I've never experienced anything like this first hand. If a God said this film could only be shown to every black person in America or every non-black person, I would say with absolute certainty that every non-black would be the ones who need to see it. But it's a really good film for everyone, regardless of race. Even if you're not too interested in social issues, it's just a good story in general to get absorbed in for a couple hours.So good... 9/10 from me, but the 5.9 makes me give it a bit of extra credit, so I gave it a 10.
Not sure why the rating is so low. I liked it a lot. And I'm Russian
Such an important movie (by chrisgarriga)
Watched the movie with my 14 year old daughter. The movie was engaging from the start. Amazing story and strong performances, deliver a topical and important message. Bring tissues.
Strong cast with a stronger message. (by andythorntonhebburnnewca)
Seen this at a secret screening and was surprised at how much I enjoyed it as the film looked aimed at teens but the core message of the film landed well.
Great writing and riveting drama (by seeweare)
Just watched the movie 'The Hate U Give' at a secret screening. It is a powerful, riveting drama and a must watch. Kudos to screen writers for such a balanced mix of love and hate, silence and protest, courage and fear, facts and prejudices, and overall an honest and fearless portrayal of enemy outside and within. I am amazed at the moral clarity of the writer.
Saw this in a secret screening (by lucyhdouglas)
I feel like the people who have given this a very low rating are probably people who don't actually realise that this kind of stuff that the film is based on is actually happening in the world. That black people are less advantaged to white people. That they are actually killed by white cops. Yes, this film had some scenes where it had that teen movie feel but it brought it all together and made a brilliant film with a strong, thought-provoking message that needs to be told, and that needs to be heard. I HIGHLY recommend that everyone sees this film.
A Perspective Film (by ebkamikaze)
I believe this film creates an opportunity to open the eyes of someone not privy to our perspective. Sometimes they have to see these issues play out in front of them. A story or speech may not reach deep enough to connect you to the heart of people who have suffered loss and live in a near impossible situation. If you just see it as a I HATE WHITES movie, you've missed the point. Dig deeper. Do I have some criticisms, of course. Some scenarios are obvious slaves to plot progression. One argument could be that only 1-2 characters had a complete arc and that some questions were left <more>
unanswered. Well, I agree. That's art imitating life. I believe the dialogue regarding the title of the film was clever and introspective that I haven't been able to get it out of my head. It also asks me to form MY OWN opinion of the phrase's meaning. So: Mission Accomplished. I'd say the acting was pretty good. Not the biggest fan of the language but unfortunately I know I'm in the minority there. Every character performed. It was exciting to see Anthony Mackie in this role. I think he sold it. Seven's actor stole his scenes. I believe that Common was allowed him to play himself, because a farther reach may not be believable. Amandla is something special. She is such a star and I can't wait to see what's in store for her. Im proud to have seen it and it has the opportunity to open the eyes of some so blinded by their own privilege 8.5/10
TIRED OF IGNORANT REVIEWS ON BLACK FILMS (by ToniRomae)
I have no doubt that all the unreasonably low ratings are made by ignorant prejudice people who will never understand the importance of these films.THIS FILM DOESN'T INCREASE RACIAL TENSION THAT ISNT ALREADY PRESENT IN YOUR COUNTRY.IF THIS FILM DIDN'T MAKE YOU QUESTION POLICE AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS IN LOWER INCOME AREAS THEN YOU'RE A PART OF THE PROBLEM.And NO he did not obey the officer which is stupid but if you didn't also question the officers actions you're also THE PROBLEM.The plot could've improved in some areas but the acting for the most part was definitely <more>
not subpar.And yes I decided to just give it a 10 because....